Question about 1994 Toyota Camry
It runs well when the engine is cold but after a few miles it starts to run rough. When I accelerate acts as if it wants to stall and I have to baby the pedal until it smooths out and I need to put it in neutral when coming to a stop, but still have to gas it a little gas or it will stall out. Recently had timing belt changed, new spark plugs, spark plug wires, and rotary cap. The trouble code is 24, intake air temperature sensor, located in the air cleaner housing, but the car has a cold air intake system instead of an air cleaner housing. What could be my problem ?
Posted by Anonymous on
Get rid of cold air intake and re install stock also sounds like your mass air flow unit is going out or your cars ecm isnt operating properly check air filter make sure its not clogged up then check all your vacuum hoses for cracks,dry rot or kinks making sure none are pinched causing vacuum to not respond.ok after this check the fumes from exhaust for color but it could also be catalytic converter even though it says air temp.when this problem occurs it can be number of things spray electric cleaner on wires as well and check for loose wires now take your time going over these things to be sure you accurately inspect this
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Early Toyota fuel injection use a cold start injector, it only works when the engine is cold. It is located in the intake manifold. for the mean time you can turn up your idle by turning a flat head screw in your intake manifold counter clock wise . It could be a coolant temp switch for the injector that has gone bad also.
Posted on May 04, 2009
very likely the fuel injectors are damaged, replace them, the fuel pressure regulator and all rubber fuel lines, also pull the gas tank and replace the short rubber hose at the electric fuel pump, I know this is expensive but even a few miles of running would have wrecked havoc on the rubber components, that rubber debris will flow through the fuel system and will plug the injector's, E85 melts it and skin for that matter.
Posted on May 05, 2009
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